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I'm breeding two of my birds Horus and Ginger as a step to producing a lacewing line. I'm hoping for a normal blue male/ split for ino and cinnamon. What are my chances of getting one?

Horus is lutino covering dominant pied/ split for blue
Ginger is cinnamon, green/ split for blue
I'm expecting...
100% ino females lutino and albino
normal and dominant pied males
100% males split for cinnamon and ino
blues and greens

Thanks so much.


 

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Males
12.5% 1.0 green /ino cinnamon
12.5% 1.0 green (Aus)pied(sf) /ino cinnamon
25.0% 1.0 green /blue ino cinnamon
25.0% 1.0 green (Aus)pied(sf) /blue ino cinnamon
12.5% 1.0 blue /ino cinnamon
12.5% 1.0 blue (Aus)pied(sf) /ino cinnamon

Females
12.5% 0.1 ino
12.5% 0.1 ino (Aus)pied(sf)
25.0% 0.1 ino /blue
25.0% 0.1 ino (Aus)pied(sf) /blue
12.5% 0.1 blue ino
12.5% 0.1 blue ino (Aus)pied(sf)
 

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6.25% of all the chicks will be normal blue males.

This is because a pair of green series birds both split for blue will produce 25% blue series. Only half of these will be male, and half of the males will be dominant pied
 

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Thanks so much. How did you get the percentages? Did you use a calculator?
yes I do
http://www.gencalc.com/

left side is the male (1.0) right side is the female (0.1)
Females can't be split to sex linked genes and budgies can't be split to yellow face. If you use the yellow face part on there ignore the fact it tells you you'll get 100% yellow face because you don't. But it always tells me I'd get 100% yellow face
 
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